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Originally published November 23, 2013 at 5:59 PM | Page modified November 23, 2013 at 6:00 PM

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Interactive: What big-time college coaches get paid

Washington's two big-time college football coaches are far and away the state's highest paid public employees. Last season, University of Washington's Steve Sarkisian raked in more than $2.9 million in total pay, while Washington State University's Mike Leach snagged about $2.5 million.

Here's a look at how UW's Sarkisian and WSU's Leach earned their money, as well as a breakdown of the incentives that can reward them for how well players perform on the field and in the classroom. Read the story.



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Kirkland Paul has an invitation to coach in Moscow, Idaho. I will take the job. Salary... MORE
This sort of pay for a public employee is abhorrent. Our governor only makes $166,891... MORE

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